• Corpus ID: 154869416

The Interplay between Domestic Politics and Europe: How Romanian Civil Society and Government Contested Europe Before EU Accession

  title={The Interplay between Domestic Politics and Europe: How Romanian Civil Society and Government Contested Europe Before EU Accession},
  author={Cristina Elena Parau},
  • C. Parau
  • Published 8 January 2007
  • Political Science
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